Officials with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Georgia Department of Education, along with U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop and Jon Ossoff were on hand in Albany on Monday to announce a statewide $7.17 million nutritional program. The dignitaries spent time with students at International Studies Elementary Charter School during the visit. The federal grant is part of a $200 million program designed to feed students more locally grown produce and assist farmers.
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POLL: What's the best way to bounce back from daylight savings time?
On Sunday, it was time for our clocks to "spring forward," lessening the night's sleep by one hour. While it may not seem too significant, Daylight Saving Time can definitely throw everyone for a loop. How do you handle it?